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Former Microsoft programmer turns ‘crazy idea’ into $US6 billion fortune – Sydney Morning Herald

Daniel Dines struggled with life in the US after leaving his native Romania in 2001 to work for Microsoft, but the experience created the foundation for one of…

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Daniel Dines struggled with life in the US after leaving his native Romania in 2001 to work for Microsoft, but the experience created the foundation for one of the worlds biggest fortunes.
The software programmer returned to his homeland in 2005 to start the business known today as UiPath, an automation-software maker that debuts Wednesday after raising $US1.3 billion ($1.7 billion) in a US initial public offering. Dines, the companys chief executive officer, controls a stake worth more than $US6…

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